Tag: U.S. Foreign Policy
Investigation of NIH Wuhan Funding Overdue but Welcome
Trump’s Trade War Makes Us All Losers
Trump’s Wars After Mattis
For Most Americans, U.S. Defense and Foreign Affairs Take Place in a Parallel Universe
What Is Kim Jong-un Thinking?
DOD vs. CIA: Syria Edition
D.C.’s “Missing” Memorial
Debate: Hillary Clinton’s Judgment, as Secretary of State
Save the Children. Open the Border
Military Aid—”If We Don’t Do It, Someone Else Will”
The Power Elite
The Consummate Fallen Angel
On U.S. Foreign Policy
No U.S. Weapons for Countries with Child Soldiers (Oh, You Have a Waiver?)
Normalizing Relations with Cuba: Good Policy
The Biggest Threat to North Korea Might Be Dessert
Saudi Arabia Pressures Russia
Is Humanitarian Aid Strengthening ISIS?
U.S. National Defense: Just Another Government Program
Coercive Foreign Policies and the Boomerang Effect
Perfecting Tyranny
Arming Syrian Rebels—Afghanistan Deja Vu?
Imposing Costs on Russia: How about a Food Embargo?
Your Tax Dollars at Work at the Ex-Im Bank
New Insights into Iraq

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